posted on Aug, 16 2005 @ 06:18 AM
Hi, I can relate to this quite a bit.
I also live in the UK and spend a few nights a month down the beach for parties and the like. Quite often down a beach called Horton, which is on the
Gower Peninsular in Wales I have seen lights moving in the sky at night.
Now, before we go off on one, I can tell the difference between and aircraft (the ones with flashing lights) and the steady, fast moving
On more than once occasion I have seen upwards of 15 of them in a 2hr period. Some more faster than others, some seem to fade at certain parts of the
sky, some more so fast and so brightly that they freak you out, and on several occasions I have actually seen two lights come together and merge into
one slightly stronger light and then continue on the same path.
I have no idea what most of them are. I'm sure that the ones that fade out at a certain part of the sky are just reflecting the suns light after
sunset and where they fade out they are going out of direct sunlight. The ones that maintain a solid light even past this point interest me. It means
they have to have some sort of in built light, or else be very high in orbit to reflect light.
Some of these objects I have seen following a slightly wobbling line across the sky.
One main point of interest is that not all the objects appeared on one side of the sky and faded on another. Some objects appeared as if out of no
where, and we did notice on several occasions to the beach to watch them, that they seemed to be appearing out of the same part of the sky. I can’t
remember off hand which onstelation they seemed to be appearing from, but I'll get back to ya'all on that one.